Eden

Eden Eine Mitfahrgelegenheit in ein anderes Leben suchte Langzeit Single Alona als sie den geschiedenen Mark traf der gerade eine Trattoria er ffnet hat und phantastisch kocht Doch die Idylle mit H usche

  • Title: Eden
  • Author: Yael Hedaya
  • ISBN: 9783257066388
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eine Mitfahrgelegenheit in ein anderes Leben suchte Langzeit Single Alona, als sie den geschiedenen Mark traf, der gerade eine Trattoria er ffnet hat und phantastisch kocht Doch die Idylle mit H uschen und Garten und zwei kleinen Kindern auf dem Lande hat ihre Sch nheitsfehler, genauso wie die der anderen Paare in Eden , diesem Paradies alternder Yuppies vor den Toren voEine Mitfahrgelegenheit in ein anderes Leben suchte Langzeit Single Alona, als sie den geschiedenen Mark traf, der gerade eine Trattoria er ffnet hat und phantastisch kocht Doch die Idylle mit H uschen und Garten und zwei kleinen Kindern auf dem Lande hat ihre Sch nheitsfehler, genauso wie die der anderen Paare in Eden , diesem Paradies alternder Yuppies vor den Toren von Tel Aviv.

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    1. Positive: Yael Hedaya's writing style is really enjoyable. She effortlessly works in some beautiful descriptions and imagery. I found the characters believable and likable, though at times frustrating in their thoughts and actions. I enjoyed how Hedaya bounces from character to character, the story takes on more dimension and perspective and each person has a unique look on the plot. I also really absorbed the world that she was depicting and felt like I could relate, despite having never been t [...]

    2. Awesome! More of a character study than an actual story line, but I identified greatly with one character in particular. Many passages about this character spoke to me as well:"Now she knew that great pain could kill you or redeem you, it just depended on you." (390)"e felt as if she were chasing her own long-gone shadow. There was an insult of sorts in that girl's persence, as if her every word and movement said: I am everyone you no longer are." (419)"e knew this was probably what tormented he [...]

    3. This book has what I have always loved about secular Israeli fiction--brilliantly portrayed characters, dealing with the here-and-now while struggling with the overwhelming burden of the past. Because this is the first Israeli novel I have ready in many years, it describes a country that is barely recognizable from the one I knew when I was there in the 80s. Really fascinating. Also, the political scenes are unbelievably funny.

    4. Hedaya's narrative echoes the true manner in which someone might relate a story The past and present fade in and out, as the thoughts about the presentation remind each character of past experiences. The constant fluctuations between memories and current plot somehow manage never to confuse the reader, but instead lend an ultra-realistic tone to the novel as they so closely resemble the way we all think and progress through our own lives.

    5. Puzzlingwhat was the point of this?Just the inner thoughts of couples, parents and childrenbut so many stories touched on, then abandoned.Questions left unanswered. But basically a bunch of very unlikable people and I had a lot less questions than the author probably wished.

    6. Interesting novel about three couples and their offspring on a moshav outside of Tel Aviv in the 2000's. Primarily about parenthood, couplehood, and how to keep it all together, or not.

    7. Interesting characters but about 2/3 of the way through I lost interest. Chapters arranged by character and some of them seemed too insignificant. Lost track of what was going on.

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